This volume of proceedings reports on innovations, trends, and research in computer uses in education across a broad range of disciplines. Papers, as well as summaries of presentations, classroom demonstrations, panel discussions, projects, and other sessions, are provided in chronological order. Topics covered include using technology to create written or multimedia products in the classroom; empowering and motivating teachers to use technology; integrating technology into the curriculum; the effects of technology on classroom techniques; assessing computer knowledge or literacy levels; alternative assessment; hypermedia and the Internet; technology planning; distance learning; gender and minority issues in computer science, and others. The conference committees are listed along with the National Educational Computing Conference (NECC) Board of Directors and Committee. The index is a combined author and key word index. (BEW)Indeed, the Countessa#39;s ontology parallels a with fascinating accuracy a that of the subjects we have studied [Eisenberg et al. ... Contextualization Students learn to program in SchemePaint, a graphics application employing an embeddedanbsp;...
|Title||:||NECC '95 Proceedings|
|Author||:||Diana Harris, Regenia Bailey|